When you purchase our product you are supporting our year round programs https://www.rednationff.com/year-round-programs/ You help to transform the way that America sees Native, Indigenous peoples, and our collective history. Through cutting-edge educational and arts programs, as well as initiatives and Call to Action Campaigns, while providing Covid-19 relief to Native communities, RNCI empowers Native peoples. 

For every mask purchased RNCI will donated one free to First responders in Native Communities.

Red Nation Celebration Institute (RNCI), Creating Systemic Change through the Arts & Media™ The first and largest Global NativeWomen-led enterprise – Founded 1995. We are inviting you to make a gift that will support the organization’s long-term goal of sustaining a platform where Natives Are In Charge of Their Narrative.

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Made in Indian Country America

$30

NWIFTV 2022
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$30

NWIFTV Tank 2022
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$30

ELVIS RITA ROGERS
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$25

Kokum Scarf

$30

RNIFF 2021 Black
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RNIFF T-Shirt

$20

Red Nation Film Festival T-Shirt
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Red Nation Covid Mask

$20

Native Women in Film and Television T-Shirt

$25

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Why We Wear Red T-Shirt

$20

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Why We Wear Red Scarf

Why We Wear RED ** Silk Scarf

Joanelle Romero Apache/Dine – Artist “Why We Wear RED” and Loretta Gould Mikmaq, Cape Breton collaboration. Bordered by an original Joanelle Romero Why We Wear RED™ design, and Sacred 7 Women created by Loretta Gould. Collectors item made with luxe soft satin. Multiple ways to wear.
  • 44 X 44 inches
  • 100% Silk (Hand Wash)
  • Soft Satin Weave
  • Rolled Hem

For more information on Why We Wear RED visit:

www.nativewomeninfilm.com/why-we-wear-red/

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We acknowledge that our work takes place on Unceded and Occupied territories of the 575+ Native Nations. We are inviting you to take a moment to reflect on whose land you are living and working on and if you don’t know, to research and reflect.

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